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>>> welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm jonathan mann. >> and i'm isha sesay. >> the surviving suspect in the boston terror attack is starting to tell authorities what he knows. >> dzhokhar tsarnaev had indicated to investigators that his now deceased older brother was the driving force and no international terrorist groups were involved in the attack. three people were killed and more than 170 were injured. >> a sign of a city moving forward after a week of combing the street where the bombs went off. other streepts around the bomb site remain closed while officials make sure nearby buildings are safe. >>> the court case geagainst tsarnaev. this was an important day for the court case and the investigation. tsarnaev is talking to authorities. they are talking back. what are both sides saying? >> reporter: let's clear up one thing. he is not doing much talking. he is nodding. he is able to communicate with authorities but he can barely speak because he suffered very serious wounds including to the throat. he was able to say no at one point during
they could. >> jonathan, thank you for bringing us that account. we appreciate it. charlie? >> extraordinary stories. there is tighter security at landmarks in washington and other cities. as you heard, president obama says whoever is responsible will be caught. major garrett is at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. overnight president obama was briefed by his top white house terrorism official on the criminal official and ongoing federal response. later today the president will meet again with fbi director robert mueller. white house officials tell us it's quite likely mr. obama will address the boston bombings later today although i must emphasize there's nothing official on the president's schedule. at the white house yesterday, mr. obama told the nation he would update them on any significant breaks in this case. >> you should anticipate that as we get more information, our teams will provide you briefings. we're still in the investigation stage at this point. i just want to reiterate we'll find out who did this, and we will hold them accountable. >> repor
, jonathan. >> there is no arrest is. multiple officials on the record, saying there is no arrest in the boston marathon case. second, there is video from outside that store that showes a man putting down a bag and that they are working to identify that person and there are teams of agent and police officers running out, following leads and then bringing information back as this investigation unfolds bit by bit. so that's what is taking place on the ground in boston at the same time as you've heard they are piecing together the bomb parts and tracking where they were purchased, seeing if they can find a store receipt for some of those parts and then track back to the suspect that way. so there are many, many moving parts of this investigation that are ongoing. some of it we know about. much of it we don't know about. fbi putting out a statement saying there's been no arrest and calling for a restraint by the press to make sure what they are putting out there is accurate. because this is such a sensitive investigation, given the deaths and injuries taken place and what is the bigge
news nation political panel. anna palmer, jonathan alter and. thank you. let's start off with you anna. the president says this is round one. what does round two look like? >> he and senator reid broekt promised they're going to bring this up again and again and you're seeing some of the gun control groups saying they're going to put up ads and go after senators who decided to vote against it. they're going to try to keep this in the in news s as much possible in the coming months. >> leaving that behind and moving on to immigration reform as if they both can't be addressed but there seems to be not just a concern with republicans but concerns of the white house of this overlap. >> absolutely. i mean it's going to be a tight schedule and certainly a top priority. the president has said his top priority for second term is immigration reform. they're going unveil the legislation later today and that's going to take up a lot of time and energy. it's very hard to see they could continue to juggle both of these big issues. >> jonathan, let me bring you in on the emotion of this. one of the
in wnbc's jonathan ,bèdienst. we're getting news that terror suspect, tamerlan tsarnaev who was killed in a shootout this morning is reportedly flew in and out of john f. kennedy last year and was out of the country for six months. investigators do not know if tsarnaev received any terror training while he was overseas, but it adds another piece to this evolving puzzle. >> that's the question they want to ask, what he was he doing overseize, he does have relatives in russia and he flew in and out of the country, back to kennedy airport, he flew out of new york on january 12th, 2012. and records indicate he returned on july 17th, 2012. and now they want to figure out that gap in time. was it just a family trip or did he go for any sort of terror training. and that is one aspect of the investigation. his brother, as well, there are some documents as well about what he entered the country. he entered as a young man. with his family and they applied for asylum and it was received. and on the older brother's documents here, it suggests that he became a naturalized u.s. citizen on 9/11, 2012
now wnbc's jonathan dienst is with us from new york. i understand you have a lot to brief us on in terms of the travel, in terms of the weaponry found at the site the other night. whatever you've got, we need it. >> we're told there are seven improvised explosive devices that have been recovered from the vehicle where they were allegedly throwing out the bombs at the police officers, to some of the devices that were found including one of those pressure cooker bombs that the older brother heaved toward the police officers and was opening fire during that wild and insane shootout that was taking place overnight. and the search continues for this suspect. they're doing it literally in a grid house-by-house, location-by-location in and around the area where he was last seen. have the whole area cordoned off. why is it taking so much time? because it is a significant area they're recovering. they remain hopeful that they will track him down, but we've got no indication that they have a sight on him at this hour. >> tell me about the older brother's travel to russia. >> yeah, it w
have that read it. >> rose: what are they? >> jonathan glassy, my editor. >> rose: sure, right. >> and daniel and barbara browning who's a novelist and my best friend. >> rose: and what do they tell you as you're writing this novel? this is chapter by chapter? >> no, no. for daniel it came almost at the end but not so far at the end that i couldn't keep changing. >> rose: you wouldn't talk to him about it at dinner? >> we did talk to him about it. and i would say "oh, my god, i realized he's a fly." or that kind of thing. and he would -- but it's great. >> rose: he would encourage you and say "what a good idea? " >> well, i think he thought i was completely insane. i don't know. >> rose: well, that's what i'm getting to. (laughs) did he at some point say "are you nuts, darling? you're the mother of my children forgod's sake." >> i think he could tell there was a kind of logic emerging, you know? >> it had rationality already? >> yeah, i think he could see some kind of logic emerging and that i was excited about it so he went with it. >> rose: do they change your mind about the
to the information from wnbc's chief investigative reporter jonathan d dienst. the survivor, being out there all alone. two brothers operating alone, technically, and also apparently ideologically. they were picking up their radicalization over the internet. not through any coaching or role of anybody as a sort of a recruiter. >> well, that is the claim that investigators say is being made by the wounded younger brother who continues to recover in the hospital. investigators are now running around, as you heard, they're trying to verify that. they are checking with all of the relatives. you've got the wife, you've got two sisters in new jersey. the parents overseas. you've got russian intelligence. you've got -- they're tracking their cell phones. as of now, nothing to indicate, bull but, again, it's earliy on for them to do a deep dive to find out if there are any connection to any others, whether there's a bomb maker or a trainer or some sort of jihadist who may have influenced them. unclear. but as of now, one senior official continues to tell us lone wolf killers. that's how he is describing
boston as the investigation unfolds. abc's jonathan karl reports from the white house. >> reporter: top congressional leaders who have been briefed on the investigation say that it bears all the hallmarks of a terrorist attack. senator dianne feinstein, the chairwoman of the senate intelligence committee, told abc news' jeff zeleny, "it could be foreign, it could be home grown, but it is terrorism." the president in his remarks to the country did not to that word. >> we still do not know who did this or why. and people shouldn't jump to conclusions before we have all the facts. but, make no mistake we will get to the bottom of this. and we will find out who did this. we'll find out why they did this. any responsible individuals, groups, will feel the full weight of justice. >> i asked senior administration officials about that. what i was told was, quote, any event with multiple explosive devices as this appears to be is clearly an act of terror and should be approached as an act of terror. but the administration makes it clear this is still an ongoing investigation. very little is know
, the president addressed the nation. here's abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl. >> the president referred to the bombing as the event in boston, but make no mistake, the white house is treating this as a terrorist attack. when the president came into the briefing room a short while ago, he vowed to find out who was responsible and hold them responsible. >> we still do not know who did this or why. and people shouldn't jump to conclusions before we have all the facts. but make no mistake, we will get to the bottom of this, and we will find out who did this, we'll find out why they did this. any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> the president said he's directed the full resources of the federal government to help not only with the investigation in boston and the recovery in boston, but also to secure other parts of the united states as necessary. the president was informed of this just minutes after it happened and immediately began to receive briefings from his national security team. we have a photo of the call he had with fb
for the sake of making money and that is just not right. >> half a world away, jonathan took on royal dutch shell over a triling technique. the area known as a caru. >> so this is underestimating third of the people and connection with the caru. >> in the mountains of ind niche yat connection of the people to the forests prove strong. aleta bond organized hundreds to occupy mines triggering deforestation and landslides. >> on the island there is destruction meaning losing a part of our identity. >> the stream was strong enough to draw back to post war iraq. they're home to a group known as marsh arabs. >> agriculture was invented, abraham was born this, is not iraqi heritage this, is world heritage. >> the goldman prize is the largest award for environmental activists. >> a lot of attention. pretty cool. >> let's return and talk about the weather. >> it's warming up, temperatures going this way heading into the weekend. we'll trend temperatures down a few digs saturday, and other areas will notice by sunday mid-80s inland upper 70s around the bay. and then, my monday that is when temperatur
correspondent, jonathan karl, is there now. >> reporter: this was the single best chance to pass any part of the president's plan to combat gun violence and it couldn't even get passed in the democratically-controlled senate. surrounded by victims of gun violence, the president angrily denounced the vote. >> there are no coherent arguments as to why we wouldn't do this. it came down to politics. so all in all this was a pretty shameful day in washington. >> reporter: the president was joined by mark barden, who lost his son daniel in the sandy hook massacre. >> we'll return home now, disappointed, but not defeated. we return home with the determination that change will happen. maybe not today, but it will happen. it will happen soon. >> the amendment is not agreed to. >> reporter: with the vice president presiding, the bill fell short of the 60 votes it needed to pass. prompting someone in the galleries to shout out. >> order in the senate. >> reporter: the vote was a crushing disappointment to the victims of gun violence who had been pleading with senators to pass the bill. many of them
. then this the third look at canes reaction here. jonathan luke connects. cain allowed 7 runs in 6 engines. yes more burpie time. swept in milwaukee. back home tomorrow to face the ads. a's the night off. warriors bound for denver. face the nugget in the play off. best of 7 series will start on saturday. they look pretty loose. at practice head coach jackson having a shooting contest with green. both kept missing shot after shot until green finally makes one and then takes off like he's won the championship or something. leaving jackson perplexed by the rook. >> game plan wasn't first to make. i never been part of that type of game.so for a guy run off, i mean, think bit. if i shot curry in shot out and first guy to make it i could wichbility i'm disappointed in the rookie move made by him. >> he's the rookie that's what happens. 7 sports brought to you by riff rock casino. >> staying loose though. >> yes having a good time. made play stuvs very nice. we'll be right back with update on our breaking news tonight in boston. >> that's reports of shoot out >> that's reports of shoot out invol
. jonathan luke connects. cain allowed 7 ru in 6 enginesrpi milw. ack ho tomorrow ace the ads's the night warriors off. warriors bound for denver. face the nugget in the play off. best of 7 series will start on saturday. they look pretty loose. at practice head coach jackson having a shooting contest with green. both kept missing shot after shot until green finally makes one and then takes off like he's won the championship or something. leaving jackson perplexed by the rook. >> game plan wasn't first to make. i never been part of that type of game.so for a guy run off, i mean, think bit. if i shot curry in shot out and first guy to make it i could wichbility i'm disappointed in the rookie move made by him. >> he's the rookie that's what happens. 7 sports brought to you by riff rock casino. >> staying loose though. >> yes having a good time. >> announcer: this is an abc news special report. >> i'm george stephanopoulos in new york. it has been a night of gunfire and explosions in massachusetts. police have in on a chase in the boston marathon bombings that began around 10:00 p.m.
. jonathan bloom put on his work boots how that trash is producing treasure. >> 25 tons of garbage, each truckload is small chunk of the 5,000 tons dumped every day. luckily flock of sea gulls, you can't keep them away. but for humans it's worthless pile of junk, right? >> it turns out there is buried treasure deep underneath. >> do you smell that? that is the smell of fuel that will power track trucks. they are literally running on garbage. it gives off a lot of methane and that the main ingredient in natural gas. >> it sucks it out of the landzblil ken lewis shows how they pull the trapped gas out of landfill. now a brand-new facility let's them separate the methane and pump it in as fuel. >> from a global warming perspective it's dramatic reduction. >> landfill gas is cleaner than natural gas we burn in our homes. for the waste management, it's cheaper but only possible because of this. a truck engine is most powerful ever to run on natural gas. >> it's been in design for quite some time. >> we have three of those engines in the fleet. >> they plan to convert the entire fleet of truck
laboratory. jonathan bloom climbed onboard a one of a kind airplane that is helping save homes and lives. >> the u.s. forest service has a lot of airplanes, but only one jet, and the view from this jet is something spectacular. you won't see these multicolored mountains out the window of the airplane. you see them through this nasa designed infrared sensor on the bottom when it's looking at this. >> we saw the larger fires and give a perimeter map so they have eyes on it in the morning so they can plan for the day. >> dan johnson flies in the dead of night taking thermal images of fires in twhes. >> it's dynamic. we don't know where we're going to be because of the nature of the fire. typically we fly four states in one night. >> not long ago the best picture was a rim around the fire but now a map of tech knowingly gives them detailed heat map. >> make much improved predictions of the fire. >> before the nasa partnership the u.s. forest service was gathering fire imagery but had trouble getting it to the firefighter. they were putting the maps on thumb drives and dropping them out of th
is arming itself with a high-tech tool born in a nasa laboratory. jonathan bloom climbed onboard a one of a kind airplane that is helping save homes and lives. >> the u.s. forest service has a lot of airplanes, but only one jet, and the view from this jet is something spectacular. you won't see these multicolored mountains out the window of the airplane. you see them through this nasa designed infrared sensor on the bottom when it's looking at this. >> we saw the larger fires and give a perimeter map so they have eyes on it in the morning so they can plan for the day. >> dan johnson flies in the dead of night taking thermal images of fires in twhes. >> it's dynamic. we don't know where we're going to be because of the nature of the fire. typically we fly four states in one night. >> not long ago the best picture was a rim around the fire but now a map of tech knowingly gives them detailed heat map. >> make much improved predictions of the fire. >> before the nasa partnership the u.s. forest service was gathering fire imagery but had trouble getting it to the firefighter. they were maps
of the business. jonathan you tell me you are at nymex. >> natural gas is a big story not getting a lot of focus in energy markets right now, we're at highest level since summer of 2011. we had 9 weeks of continued gains in natural gas. liz: hold on, i hate to remind people of this, we two years ago were at $14. so, this is a big move right now in the grand scream of things. >> also a -- last year we were at $190. we hav$1.90. we have made progress, but it is more appealing for people to more toward naturals go in the future, and pulling away procrude oil a little bit. liz: it is higher, but still below $88 a barrel for crude, brent at 19, have a relaxing weekend, now markets, we have dow, down just about 14 points, really trying to show some true resilience. and by the way, transports higher, utility higher, vick's i-- slightly lower. there is not a lot of concern in market. despite what we show on right-hand side of screen that, of course, is watertown massachusets developing situation, one man still on the loose. lauren, you have been talking with traders all day long, seaworld ipo going gang
at the united center. no score against the stars in the first when marian hossa's shot is tipped in by jonathan toews... his 21-st of the year. but it's tied at two in the third. patrick kane drops it back for andrew shaw for his ninth goal of the season. hawks go on to win five- two. they lead the second- place ducks by eleven points. the white sox faced mark buehrle for the first time since he left the south side. scorless in h icph it should healthy women take breast cancer drugs? the panel of experts recommends doctors assess the odds of breast cancer for healthy women ages 40-70 who may be at increased risk because of breast cancer and their families. the drug can lower the breast cancer risk but both can have serious adverse side effects. preventative service task force was doctor should offer to prescribe one of the drugs that increase risk only if the chances of developing blood clots or stroke are low. the fda warning that a stimulant promoted as a natural way to enhance athletic performance and speed up way loss could be dangerous to health. it is an organic compound commonly found in
.p., and your youngest, jonathan. we're here the talk about paul and j.p. andlet start when you got call just after 3:00 p.m. from your son saying he had been hurt bad. >> hi son called me at 3:00. he said he was hurt really bad. he couldn't find his brother or his girlfriend. and that he was being rushed to the hospital. and -- we couldened find my other son for a long time afterward. >> the force of the impact was enough that despite standing next to each other, they were actually knocked completely apart. >> yes. >> now, you were able to see them. >> i am. i could see them for a few minutes. they're both going into surgery soon this morning. they both lost a leg. below the knee. i really don't know too much because it's just so overwhelming. it's like a nightmare. >> paul's girlfriend suffered severe burns. what do we know of her condition? >> she's at tufts medical. they wouldn't tell anybody but family members. her twin sister said today that paul and j.p. saved her life. they were in front of her. >> now, paul actually, when he called you, said he couldn't find his brother. he was worri
in locating these individuals. jon: jonathan gilliam is a former fbi special agent with the joint terrorism task force and former navy seal and federal air marshal. the law enforcement circulated pictures of these people they wanted to talk to supposed lid internally and pictures end up on front pages of major newspapers. is that a good thing? is that helpful? >> depends on who leaked it and it was purposely, i'm not real clear why some of these leaks get out but, but again, when i was talking yesterday about the way the bureau does investigations, they have a plan and they have a methodology. it is unconventional and you can't really try to second-guess what the investigators are doing and that's why i tried to, when i see something like that instead of thinking the worst, as though it was leaks, unintentionally, i tried to hope for the best. jon: so, you know, we've got, i mean the possibility that these guys that they at least want it talk to, they're persons of interest at least. got the possibility that they could hightail it to mexico or venezuela or some other place. >> right, sure.
. >> jonathan karl is with us as well, what are you hear right now, new details coming out? >> the president has just wrapped up his briefing with his top national security team, unlike earlier this week, this is all hands on deck, including the secretary of state john kerry who is traveling, via joining teleconference and the cia director, john kerry just held a press conference, he said that i think it's fair to say we have been in a pretty direct confrontation we vil. right now, diane, the big thing for the nation gnatal security, trying to establish any international connections there are. again, the big question, is there anybody else out there? >> let's take that question to richard clarke, from everything we have seen, is this something where they had a lot of outside help or would require outside help? >> it wouldn't require outside help, it may be a case, we certainly don't know, this is speculation and we label it as such, it could be the case that they were remotely inspired by someone like the awlaki killed by the u.s. earlier, he was reaching out to people in the united states via t
'07/'08 type markets. we don't think it's going to happen, though. >> jonathan, it's ross here. what would you describe as okay earnings growth? >> well, i mean, okay in the context of the last six to nine months has been earnings estimates coming down week after week after week after week. the aggregate impact of that, though, is that european earnings growth expectations for 2012, remember those numbers are not finalized until we see the full years coming in the first part of this year. analyst expectations started last year around plus 10% and then our minus 3%. that's quite a big shift down when you put that into context of what we saw in 2008 where the earnings estimates went from plus 20 to minus 50%. so we've really seen in the context of previously earnings recessions and earnings swings, modest earnings downgrade. at the same time, you know, the market is starting to look ahead to the second half of this your, stronger u.s. data coming through on the economic side. into 2014, as well, where our economists expect to see the global economy to modestly peck up and the outlook l
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morning. jonathan elias, who, why, how? where is the investigation now weapon with respect to who might have done this? >> a home was searched overnight. that home belongs to someone in the hospital suffering from burns. very near the bomb when it went off. stopped by three boston detectives and questioned. found him suspicious and had police stay with him. sources tell me he's been cooperative. and fully cooperative throughout the investigation. they say he burns on his hands, treated for those. he said he was near the blast when it went off and started moving away at the time. the bomb dog brought in to sniff him and his clothing and alerted on that but that wouldn't be unusual to someone who was by a bomb when it went off. >> what about the search of the house? >> took some items, but didn't find a bomb factory, nothing that jumped off the page. they are being very careful to examine that lead, not get tunnel vision. a lot of other leads to focus on. and that's just one of them. >> where do those leads come from? >> they will come from the public. one of the thing
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, calling the bombing an act of terrorism, whoever is behind it. jonathan karl has been tracking the administration's response. jon, tell us the news. >> reporter: just a short while ago, the white house informed us that the president will travel to boston on thursday to attend an interfaith memorial service for the victims of the marathon bombing. earlier today the president summoned his national security team to the white house, including his attorney general, the secretary of homeland security and the fbi director, for a meeting in the oval office, to get the latest on the investigation. right after that meeting, diane, the president came into the white house briefing room, and he told us that the american people refuse to be terrorized. but he also made it clear that this bombing was an act of terrorism. >> this was a heinous and cowardly act, and given what we now know about what took place, the fbi is investigating it as an act of terrorism. any time bombs are used to target innocent civilians, it is an act of terror. what we don't yet know, however, is who carried out this
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, the 11th career home run. one on, one out. jonathan lucroy, keeps the left. second home run of the year, cain's season -- 7.15. giants lose 7-2. it was a season to remember for the san francisco 49ers and one to forget for the oakland raiders. today, fans got a look at the 2013 season as the nfl released the regular season schedules, let's begin with the 49ers opening up at home, take on the packers. and jim harbaugh's former pupil at stanford, andrew luck, plus, a pair of games that can be seen on nbc bay area, that is right, week two nbc bay area at seattle. week five, nbc bay area on sunday night football home for the texans, make sure you watch it. raiders's home opener week two against jacksonville. sharks host the wild tonight at the tank. highlights all come up at 11:00. ladies to you. >> yes, don't forget, jim. call me maybe. >> we'll be right back. >> good one. >> good-bye, we'll see you in a bit. >>> well, there could be some surprises in the coming years for people who don't have insurance under the new federal health care law. >> and it will come attacks t t time. there is a
in this jonathan in working with members from both peats in a good faith effort to serve the nation's interests. forank my colleagues here the privilege. [applause] chucknks, very much to and john. then remember one of earlier meetings of this group when we talk about what is the bottom line? what is nonnegotiable? why are we hear? the democrats saying we have to be fair to the american workers. r protecting ouraid we haveo border. republicans came back and said yes, but they have to earn their way on that path. pay the taxes, pay the fine, learn english, have a your. it is not going to be easy. they have to earn their way. those were the basic principles that started the conversation. i think there were 24 meetings that took place as we came together for some times for hours at great thronte talk about this 800-page bill. it is not perfect but it is a good faith approach to fixing a badly broken immigration system. there's many reasons we're here. first, american people want us to do something. the notion that we would end this process with the same broken immigration system is unacceptable.
of atf officers now. as we continue to watch these pictures go to jonathan carl at the white house where the president has been keeping as well its been a tense day and week. we've been told the president spoke with russian president putin. of course both of the brothers russian born. interesting thing about the readout of the call we've been given is that it says the president praised the close cooperation of the united states has received from russia on counter terrorism including in the wake of the boston attacks. oerords the russian government has been helping with this investigation of the brothers both of course born in russia. >> and again, we had heard earlier there might be some possibility this was from the mother two of the men that there had been possibility that they had been tracking at least the older brother at one point and then, stood down? >> i've got to tell you in terms of information coming out of the white house leaving this up to the fbi and officials on the grountd here we've been wondering are we going to hear from the president on this? and guidance has been th
extraordinary clean. we are talking about the ultima landfill near livermore. jonathan bloom put on his work boots to show us how all that trash is producing treasure. >> reporter: 25 tons of garbage. each truckload is just a small, smelly chunk of the 5,000 tons dumped here every day and the 50 million tons of trash hidden beneath the dirt at northern california's biggest landfill. for a lucky flock of sea loads, this is the mother load. you can keep them away. but for humans it's just a worthless pile of junk, right? >> with while this may not be any man's treasure, it turns out there's treasure deep underneath it. smell that? that's the smell of fuel that will power the next generation of trash trucks. this giant transfer truck is literally running on garbage. all the trash gives off a lot of methane, and methane is the main ingredient in natural gas. >> it's raw and sucks it out of the landfill. >> he showed us the system that pulse the tracked gas out of the landfill. gas they normally have to in sin rate. now they pump it out and put it in the trucks as fuel. >> there's a dramatic redu
before the fire started. any comments? >> any comments? hy am not sure, maybe jonathan answered that. >> take a shot at that. it is now a great big thing. there was no structural damage to speak of, the building was burned, the biggest fire was up 1500 acres which was big but it -- there's no accounting. the investigation process that began on the sixteenth of may was meticulous, and put it in a box, photograph it, 26 photographs at the time. and they have no priorities, it takes weeks if not months to get dna check as past priority. and the investigation, out of this world. 247 into the weekend. the key event, four days before where they did have cameras taking photographs, that could not be downloaded in daylight because you do not want to give away the position the polls have so they would download and get complicated, there was criticism that was lower a few days later and they have the list of license numbers so that is the key one, looks so simple now and wasn't so simple than. they haven't all been checked out. there has been a little criticism about that. it did not have high
. now the feds are asking to speak with the wife themselves. jonathan hunt is in studio this afternoon. where is this woman right now? do we even know? >> as far as we know, shep, catherine russell tsarnaev is currently at her parent' home in north kingstown rhode island. federal agents were at the home, apparently seeking to speak to her, but her lawyer is the only wound has spoken to the fed cozy the said, i spoke to them, that's all i can say right now. we're deciding what we want to do and how we want to approach this. it appears that they will ultimately. , just a question of when. >> shepard: how much more too we know about their relationship? >> not that much. we just are not hearing from her or the family. what we do know is that she met her future husband when she was studying at university in boston. they apparently met at a nightclub, and according to her attorney, she later converted to islam and married tsarnaev. asked about her religion, the attorney said, she believes in the ten ten nets of islam and the koran. she believes in god. her parents acknowledge they knew very
edition of "cnn newsroom." i'm jonathan mann. >> and i'm isha sesay. dzhokhar tsarnaev is talking to authorities. >> and it's been eight years since this video has become the first one ever uploaded to youtube. >> let's start with the latest developments. we're learning much more about the bombings last week. >> the information is coming from the sole surviving suspect in the explosion. from the hospital bed joe hadzh tsarnaev is communicating. >> he's saying his older brother, tamerlan, was the driving force. >> he said no international terror groups were involved. dzhokhar indicated that he and his brother acted alone. he knew of no more bombs were hidden. we also have more pictures and surveillance photos of him leaving a bank machine in watertown. they allegedly car jacked a driver. a few hours later a gun fight erupted and dzhokhar's older brother, tamerlan was killed. later dzhokhar tsarnaev was captured. let's go to erin mcpike at the boston hospital where dzhokhar is being treated. he's under restraint, handcuffed to his bed. i gather that hospital room was a busy place. w
qaeda announced it is joining forces with one of syria's biggest opposition groups. so jonathan hunt is in studio. it's unclear at this point how good the israeli intelligence is, whether they're talking about the kind of chemical weapons as weapons of mass destruction. >> the background is that it comes from israel's top military intelligence analyst. that's obviously gives it some credibility. the time from what we are hearing so far, publicly, it appears to be based more on photographic evidence than anything on the ground. and john kerry said even israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has not confirmed the claims in the report. >> i think it's fair for me to say that he was not in a position to confirm that in the conversation that i had. and so it's up to him and their process as to when and how they do that. not for me to make any other announcements except to say to you that i don't know yet what the facts are. i don't think anybody knows what they are. >> i don't think anybody knows what the facts are. that's the key statement from the secretary of state, and prime minist
to make a deal? jonathan: a trip to fiji! king. let's get up to date on this morning's breaking news from boston. police are searching a neighborhood in watertown, massachusetts, for one of two suspects. he's being identified as dzhokhar tsarnaev. he is the suspect two, the one in the white hat. his brother, tamerlan, in the black hat, was killed overnight in a police shoot-out. >> both men are believed to be from the chechnyan region of russia. they reportedly have been in the united states for one year. bob orr is tracking the story from washington. bob, good morning. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, gayle and charlie. well, the first order of business is to try to find the remaining brother i
for everybody, patriots day stands for something. >> jonathan elias was reporting for wbz tv on april 15th. >> it's sort of like the fourth of july for massachusetts. people celebrate who we are, where we are and what we are. >> there's nothing else like it. >> "boston globe" reporter steve silva was at the starting line of the day's biggest event, the boston marathon. >> part of the american sports scene since 1897. >> it was a chilly morning, 30 degrees, people starting to warmup, unlike last year where it was 80 degrees. the weather's not going to be a story this year. what's going to be the story? >> for pediatric resident natalie stavas, it would be a story of giving back. >> it was a very special day for me. i had decided to raise money for boston medical center pediatrics. >> doctors told chris that this was a day her daughter might not ever live to see. >> they said her prognosis was, you know, maybe she'll be 10 if we were lucky. >> the mitochondrial disease that weakened kayla's cells made her terribly ill. >> those first few years were hard, she needed to have medical procedures
. david joy, the chief market strategist at ameriprise financial, who is in boston on set, jonathan gullah, chief equity strategist at ubs investment research, david, you're up there. this is different -- i go back to 9/11. there was airplanes. we immediately had to gauge the effect on the travel industry and everything else. let's start talking about what happened yesterday and then we have to go to the commodities market and everything else that was precede ago pace before any of this happened. but do you expect this to have any long-term effect on markets here in the u.s., knowing, again, how vulnerable any big city is? >> my instinct tells me that the answer is no, that in economic terms i think the market, the economy at large will move beyond this relatively quickly. but at the same time, there may be some lingering impact in terms of investor sentiment. the sell-off clearly that occurred on friday and then again on monday, in my opinion, was a reassessment of the pace of global growth. important to point out that most of the weakness yesterday was already in the market before the bo
extremist ties, but the case on him was closed. >> alisyn: joining us is jonathan guilliams, a former fbi special agent with joint terrorism task force as well as a retired navy seal and formal federal air marshall. you have done it all jonathan. >> i get bored easy. >> alisyn: you were talking to us while we were talking to molly that you think there could have been mistakes made at the finish line at the boston marathon they could have secured it better? >> sure. you typically see in any special event in some events like a marathon, the beginning you will have in the case of the marathon you have like 70,000 people there. but at the very end, you are going to have all those people congregating, you will have the families there and so typically the end of a event whether it's a yankee game or marathon is a very, very critical time. and it's a critical area. so you have to look at what the vulnerabilities are to that critical area. and you would typically freeze that zone. >> alisyn: when you say freeze, you mean not allow backpacks to get into that square block radius? >> what good does
. >> reporter: jonathan elias from boston station wbz was nearby. >> body parts. people were blown apart. >> multiple people down here. i don't know what the cause is. standby. >> reporter: police rushed to assist victims tangled in debris and broken glass some missing limbs. bloody spectators were carried into the medical tent that had been set up to care for fatigued runners. >> there was some bad-looking people. i'm praying for all of them. we are all trying to put pressure on all the wounds for everybody. turn i cuts and whatever we could do. it was chaos. >> reporter: the runners were directed away from the chaos and people were ordered to stay clear of trash cans. >> we're going to need more ambulances down in this location, okay? >> yes, sir. they've been notified. they're on the way. we have every unit possible going, sir. >> reporter: edward davis is the boston police commissioner. >> people shld be calm. buthey should understand that this is an ongoing event. they should understand that we need all the inf7ation that we can get available to us. >> charlie: coverage from the cbs
down when you compare it to 30 or 40 years ago. the fox report's jonathan hunt is here with more on that. we hear about the threats all the time. but the facts show that we are more safe than before. explain that. >> yeah. the worst attack we've gone through since 9-11 was actually the fort hood shooting in 2009, 13 people killed there. boston stands out because it is, in fact, among the highest casualties with three dead and 176 wounded in that attack. other than that, 9-11, of course, then you have the 1993 world trade center attack, the 1995 oklahoma city bombing. but other than that, as i said, relatively safe. much better than the 1970s, for instance, when there were far more global terrorist attacks. experts say part of the reason is because law enforcement, very simply in cities like new york city, have become much better since 9-11 at stopping these things. listen. >> since 9-11, new york has been the target of 17 plots and only one of them you could say really succeeded and the suspect made it to times square. but the others didn't work because of a lot of good intellige
in the boston marathon bombings on monday. i'm joined now by jonathan deans who has been getting the background of these gentlemen. one of whom left the united states for six months. evidence that he was getting radicalized overseas? do we know where he went? >> we know he flew to moscow. we know he has relatives in russia. the question is, what did he do over that six month period. that's what federal investigators are trying to track down. to find out was he radicalized. did he have any handlers he met with while overseas? again, this investigation is just getting started. you look at the freshness of this investigation. you look at their travel documents. it wasn't till this monning they were put on terror watch list. so it shows how rapidly law enforcement is moving, trying to catch up and stop these guys, to prevent them from -- now the one survivor, to stop him from striking again, after that horrible attack during the marathon. you'll look at that video. as pete and i have -- it's been described to us, the white hatted suspect walking through the crowd to get into the front row. calmly d
community. >> thank you for that insight. also for that important reminder. now, let's bring in jonathan, investigative reporter for w nbc here in new york. what is the latest you have? in particular, can you bring viewers up to speed on travel that tamerlan, the older brother, who is now deceased has done recently? >> last year from january through july he left, flew out of new york's kennedy airport and flew to russia and spent six months overseas. whereabouts unknown. they're desperately trying to track those movements to find out was he just going back to visit relatives or did he go to engage in some sort of terror training or rad dalization? that remains unanswered at this early stage of the investigation. that is one piece of the puzzle. the other question or these documents that we've obtained show that law enforcement really didn't get on to their trail till recently because based on the travel warnings, they weren't date stamped till 6:00 a.m. this morning on both the brothers. so it's clear they really weren't on the radar screen anytime before in terms of law enforcement. so
that jonathan dienst uncovered showing that six-month period that tamerlan tsarnaev, the older brother was out of the country, left for russia. we don't know where in russia he went. we don't know who he met with. but we do know it was just a month after he returned that a youtube account was created in his name that was filled with all sorts of radical islamic postings and videos about an ultimate battle between an islamic army from kurzan, which is central asia, defeating in an armageddon-like struggle. a clear indication that the radicalization took place while he was abroad. in fact, we heard the uncle speaking to reporters earlier today saying that these were good kids and somebody radicalized them. so i think that's going to be a major question that u.s. authorities and congressional investigators are going to be asking in the weeks and months after this is all over. what happened here? how did these two kids who grew up almost entirely in the united states become radicalized and come to hate americans? and who radicalized them? who played that role? >> and that was just a month after he
wayne: one more time! you've got the big deal of the day! who wants to make a deal? jonathan: a trip to fiji! king. let's get up to date on this morning's breaking news from boston. police are searching a neighborhood in watertown, massachusetts, for one of two suspects. he's being identified as dzhokhar tsarnaev. he is the suspect two, the one in the white hat. his brother, tamerlan, in the black hat, was killed overnight in a police shoot-out. >> both men are believed to be from the chechnyan region of russia. they reportedly have been in the united states for one year. bob orr is tracking the story from washington. bob, good morning. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, gayle and charlie. well, the first order of business is to try to find the remaining brother who is on the lam, somewhere around the boston area, they believe, the man who has been now infamously noted white baseball cap backward. that's dzhokhar tsarnaev, we believe. he's believed to be 19 years of age. his family comes from the chechnya area, which you mentioned. his older brother, tamerlan, w
jonathan says that the capitol police are investigating a suspicious package delivered to our front office. there's no more information about this. but this is completely in keeping with what lisa desjardins reported a while ago. capitol police are talking to, questioning a suspect who came into the heart office building and potentially the same person came to this building to deliver a letter to the front office. when i say it's against protocol, it's because as we've been talking about with regard to the letters sent with what may be the poison ricin, that's all done at an offsite facility for this very reason. mail is not supposed to come directly to the capitol because they want it to be screened offsite. so that's where things stand here in the russell building. we are still now not allowed to go down the hall toward senator shelby's office, but obviously this building is still not evacuated because we're here. same goes for the heart building there. the people who are in the offices are still being told to stay in their offices. so it's not being evacuated, but there's kind of a modi
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